Using the streamer receiving function

For example, connecting a bluetooth enabled mobile phone to a non-bluetooth speaker.

If you are after Transmitting Bluetooth Signal, the steps can be found here.

1. Plug in streamer to a power source using USB cable.
To get power, you can plug it into the wall using a standard USB wall mount.

2. Connect to streamer.

a) Connect using optical cable.
Connect one end into the ‘digital audio in’ port on your speaker and the other end into the ‘optical audio out’ on the transceiver. For the highest sound quality, we recommend using the digital optical cable provided. If your speaker does not have a digital optical port, you can use the standard 3.5mm audio cable (AUX cable) provided.

b) Connect using AUX cable
Plug one end of the cable into the ‘audio in’ port on the speaker. Plug the other end into the ‘audio out’ port on the transceiver.

3. Switch the streamer to ‘receive mode’.
This is done by putting the switch on the back to ‘rx’ mode.

4. Pair device with streamer.
This will be different, depending on your device.

To put the streamer in Bluetooth mode, you must hold the front switch towards the bluetooth symbol for three seconds. The LED light will flash red and blue. This means it is in pairing mode. The streamer will come up in your list of available devices as Audeara BT-01. On your device, you can select Audeara BT-01 and it will connect.

5. After connecting your device, the front switch must be on either AUX (audio cable) or OPT (optical cable). This will change, depending on what cable is being used. When the transceiver is in optical mode, the LED light will be blue. When the transceiver is in AUX mode, the LED light will be green.